Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal appealed to the Center and the Prime Minister to print the image of Lakshmi and Ganesh ji on the Indian currency

New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party chief and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has made an important appeal to the central government by holding a press conference. He said that we all want India to become a developed country and India to become a rich country, we all want every Indian, every family of India to become a rich family. For this many steps need to be taken. We see that people who do business keep idols of Lakshmi and Ganesha ji, in such a case I appeal to the central government, I appeal to the prime minister to keep the image of Gandhiji on our currency but with it. . On the other side of the currency, the image of Lakshmi and Ganesha should also be placed.
Appealing to the government and the Centre, the Delhi Chief Minister also said that if Gandhiji’s picture is on one side and Lakshmi and Ganeshji’s picture on the other, then the entire country will get their blessings. Lakshmiji is believed to be the goddess of prosperity and Ganeshaji is the remover of all obstacles, so both of them should be depicted on them. We are not talking about replacing all the notes, but it can be started on the new notes that are going to be printed. Gradually new notes will come into circulation. Indonesia is a Muslim country with more than 85% Muslims and less than 2% Hindus. But they have also printed Ganesh ji’s photo on their note, so I think this is a very important step that central government should take.
Meanwhile, he said that we have to open a large number of schools, build hospitals, develop roads and infrastructure on a large scale, but the efforts bear fruit only when the gods and goddesses bless them. The day before was Diwali, on Diwali we all worshiped Shri Ganesha and Shri Lakshmiji. We all prayed to God for peace and happiness and prayed for the prosperity of our families and the country. With this he said that we all see that our economy is going through a very critical period, we see that the rupee is getting weaker day by day against the dollar. Common man has to bear the brunt of all this. Why is it that even after 75 years of independence, the country is still included in the list of developing countries and is considered a poor country.


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